Always Felt That There Were Many People Who Watched Me In The Crowd?
Hello, I want to be sure, I just read an article about social anxiety disorder (SAD) and feel that these characteristics are very self-described. Since the beginning of school (elementary school-now high school) I have always been bullied verbally (mocked this and that) because of my physical. From then on I felt uncomfortable when someone stood behind me even though they didn’t do anything, but I felt they would do something that would embarrass me. I always feel that there are many people who pay attention to me in the crowd when in fact there are none and it makes me uncomfortable. I really hate swimming (don’t know why) and from the beginning of entering junior high school until now I have graduated from high school every time the sports teacher tells me that Sunday lessons are I immediately felt panic and could not sleep for the week because I thought about it (even when typing about this my heart suddenly beat faster). My friends say it’s normal because I’m afraid of it. Sorry if it’s a bit long-winded, I just want to make sure whether this includes social anxiety disorder or not. Thank you 🙂
Hello, thanks for asking
Social anxiety disorder has a definition as a condition where there is a significant and persistent fear of the social environment or a situation where a person needs to appear in public. Symptoms as you may already know, include sweating, palpitations, trembling, and feeling of difficulty breathing. According to an international study, this disorder is quite common in people not pegged at race, age, sex, or other biok Character. This disorder can be so disturbing that it hinders a person's daily activities. This disorder can be specific (only felt when dealing with a particular situation) or general (applies to all situations involving the public). Anxiety disorders can occur with other disorders such as depression. Other conditions with similar symptoms are panic disorder, agoraphobia, and body dysmorphic disorder.
To be able to make a diagnosis of anxiety disorders, a person must consult with a psychiatrist or psychologist. The psychiatrist will look for the root of the problem and determine the right therapy. Counseling sessions can be repeated many times before a definitive diagnosis appears. After diagnosis and therapy are obtained, a person still must routinely conduct counseling to control symptoms that might worsen. Management of anxiety disorders can be in the form of psychotherapy (counseling), drug use, or a combination of both. If done routinely, then generally anxiety disorders can be overcome and controlled. Your awareness is so good that you decide to ask. Explain to families that you trust about your situation, and invite them to help you in counseling programs.
Hopefully this answer helps and hopefully you can get a solution soon. Regards.